The GitLab Package Registry acts as a private or public registry for a variety of common package managers. You can publish and share packages, which can be easily consumed as a dependency in downstream projects.
The Package Registry supports the following formats:
You can also use the API to administer the Package Registry.
The GitLab Container Registry is a secure and private registry for container images. It’s built on open source software and completely integrated within GitLab. Use GitLab CI/CD to create and publish images. Use the GitLab API to manage the registry across groups and projects.
The Dependency Proxy is a local proxy for frequently-used upstream images and packages.
|Cargo||Cargo is the Rust package manager. Build, publish and share Rust packages|
|Chef||Configuration management with Chef using all the benefits of a repository manager.|
|CocoaPods||Speed up development with Xcode and CocoaPods.|
|Conda||Secure and private local Conda repositories.|
|CRAN||Deploy and resolve CRAN packages for the R language.|
|Debian||Host and provision Debian packages.|
|Opkg||Optimize your work with OpenWrt using Opkg repositories.|
|P2||Host all your Eclipse plugins in your own GitLab P2 repository.|
|Puppet||Configuration management meets repository management with Puppet repositories.|
|RPM||Distribute RPMs directly from GitLab.|
|RubyGems||Use GitLab to host your own gems.|
|SBT||Resolve dependencies from and deploy build output to SBT repositories when running SBT builds.|
|Vagrant||Securely host your Vagrant boxes in local repositories.|